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Quintessential California Craftsman
On the edge of where Broadmoor meets Estudillo Estates, a quintessential craftsman bungalow is waiting for its next owners to discover its myriad charms! As you pull up to the house, a sense of calm immediately envelopes you with well-sculpted, mature landscaping and a handsome facade with the most adorable front porch. The entryway and living room have all the details of craftsman architecture and they give way to a dining room with a side-porch that is uniquely one-of-a-kind.
There are two good sized bedrooms and a remodeled bathroom off of the living room and dining room. At the rear of the home, there is a bonus room/office that could easily be used as a third bedroom. The kitchen has a beautiful built in cabinet, and there are also some redesign opportunities for the new owner to give the home some of their own style.
As you walk through the kitchen into the back yard, you are greeted by pure magic. Mature trees, manicured landscaping, a garage converted office complete with pergola, and a Japanese tea house are just some of the features you’ll come across in what we would deem a top 1% yard. With so much to love in the home, let’s not forget that Washington Elementary is a short 1+ block away, Zocalo Coffee is a brief stroll, and you can also take a bit of a longer walk to downtown San Leandro and to BART. With so many boxes checked, 247 Oakes will certainly make the perfect home for its lucky new owner.
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San Leandro is a small city just south of Oakland. Its east side stretches up into the hills of the East Bay Regional Park District. The west side is flatter and has the advantage of the San Francisco Bay shoreline, public golf course, and marina.
Homes for sale in San Leandro can be traced through the decades -- from the 1910s to the present day. A wide variety of architectural styles is found in north San Leandro. Dramatic, hillside contemporary homes, many of which feature expansive bay and canyon views, are the hallmark of the Bayo Vista neighborhood. Charming, older homes sit along the winding streets of the Estudillo Estates and Broadmoor Districts. Most of the city's ranch-style homes lie towards the Marina, along with some newer, custom-home developments.
San Leandro is proud of its small-town feel and boasts a Wednesday farmers' markets, several annual festivals, and an increasing number of locally owned restaurants and coffee houses. San Leandro’s commute options are excellent: it has its own Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, transbay buses, and easy access to Interstate 880 and Interstate 580 for trips to the Silicon Valley or San Francisco.